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Posted 04/30/19
The world of fine art photography is transforming as rapidly as the commercial marketplace. Creating and properly marketing a body of fine art work can be instrumental in developing multiple revenue streams to support your business while at the same time keeping your vision fresh and alive. What is a fine art photograph? What is the correct market for your fine art work and how do you reach that market? How should you present your work to galleries, and create marketing materials and a Web site? What expectations does a gallery have, and what does a contract look like? Thomas Werner, private art dealer, former New York gallerist, international curator and fine art photographer, will share his experiences about these topics and much more. He will explain how to build a relationship with a gallery and what happens when you get an exhibition. He will also help you identify realistic goals in the fine art world and how to maximize results based on those expectations. If you've ever been interested in understanding the world of fine art photography, or if you're interested in opening new avenues for your work, this is an event that you can't afford to miss.
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Posted 06/08/18
Legendary portrait and fine art photographer Joyce Tenneson spoke at B&H’s 2018 OPTIC Conference about understanding the photography you create and the importance of having a specific project to motivate your work. If she didn’t say another word during her talk, the images alone would inspire, but she discusses looking for inspiration in all aspects of life, and the need to reinvent your work, to surprise yourself, and then move onto a new project. We hope you enjoy the video and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com. For more information and Optic 2018 coverage, click here.
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Posted 02/08/18
In this video, Lori Nix will give an overview of the different bodies of work she has completed since the mid-1990’s. She discusses how they have a natural progression, one to the next, and their evolution and inspiration behind each group of images.
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Posted 11/26/12
Beyond the Snapshot: Fine Art Landscape Photography
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